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DIY Debt Settlement – How to Handle Lawsuits

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If you or someone you know is going through a difficult debt situation and want to do something about it there are many options available to consider but it’s no secret that debts can be settled directly with creditors and with the overwhelming amount of information online, consumers are educating themselves on how to negotiate settlements on their credit cards. ... Read More »

NCO Agrees to Settle Chase Bank Account. Chase Backs Out of Deal.

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Angelo Anzalone, president of Active Debt Solutions, has asked me to bring to your attention an issue with Chase Bank and NCO that concerns him regarding the backing out of a settlement agreement with Chase Bank USA. Anzalone states, “We reached a settlement agreement with NCO on a Chase account. The terms were as followed: $1,300 on June 30th $25 ... Read More »

Active Debt Solutions Addresses Tipster Issue

Active Debt Solutions, a member of the AACC, was the focus of an email sent in which said “I decided to dig up some dirt on the companies that Steve Rhode and his associates formed called the AACC. This is what I have found: – Active Debt is not licensed or bonded” So I asked Active Debt for a response ... Read More »

Active Debt Solutions Offers Bargain Basement Rate on Debt Settlement Services

My friends over at Active Debt Solutions just sent in the following information on an approach they are taking to help people deal with getting out of a debt settlement program they may not be happy with. It’s a unique approach and one that can benefit the consumer since it can result in significantly lower fees for debt settlement services. ... Read More »

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